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Glasgow Safe Haven

The Glasgow Safe Haven is a partnership between NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and the University of Glasgow, providing secure access and research support service to large NHS health datasets relating to citizens in the Glasgow region.

To learn more about the service we offer, read the Glasgow Safe Haven User Guide.

The Glasgow Safe Haven can:

  • facilitate researcher access to pseudonymised health datasets
  • offer a secure ISO-accredited data analytics platform
  • deliver expert support to enable data-driven discovery with de-identified NHS data

The Glasgow Safe Haven is accredited by the Scottish Government as an accredited Safe Haven, and is one of four regional Safe Havens across Scotland.

Safe Havens are designed to provide secure access to NHS and other health datasets derived from diverse sources across the health service.

By enabling researchers to link data from difference sources, Safe Havens encourage data-driven health research to improve health services, design better treatments, and to create innovative new  health products to support better health in Scotland.

For more information and to contact the Safe Haven Team see here.

Other Scottish NHS Safe Haven services include:

eDRIS National Safe Haven
Grampian Safe Haven (DaSH)
Lothian Safe Haven
Tayside Safe Haven (HIC)

Last Updated: 05 May 2021